President Muhammadu Buhari while praising the efforts of the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi, towards making the Lekki Deep Sea Port a reality, directed him to consult and bring up a memorandum to the Federal Executive Council (FEC) to link the facility with the railway network. The president, as part of his engagements in Lagos, inspected the rate of work done at the first Deep Sea Port in Nigeria located in the Free Zone, 65Km east of Lagos. In the course of the inspection, he received firm assurances that the port, which has a concession period of 45 years and sits in a land area of 90 hectares, will be completed on schedule by September. The concessionaire managing director said that a $400 million investment commitment has so far been made by investors who are also willing to expand their investment by an additional $1 billion. He also assured that construction work would start immediately to build rail tracks from the port to Ibadan on completion.
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